Locating learning in teachers’ communities of practice: opening up problems of analysis in records of everyday work

@article{Little2002LocatingLI,
  title={Locating learning in teachers’ communities of practice: opening up problems of analysis in records of everyday work},
  author={J. Little},
  journal={Teaching and Teacher Education},
  year={2002},
  volume={18},
  pages={917-946}
}
  • J. Little
  • Published 2002
  • Sociology
  • Teaching and Teacher Education
Abstract Research spanning more than two decades points to the benefits of vigorous collegial communities, yet relatively little research examines specifically how professional communities supply intellectual, social and material resources for teacher learning and innovations in practice. This paper examines the theory-building potential of audio- and videotaped records of situated interaction among teachers in the course of everyday work. The paper employs a small segment of a larger data set… Expand
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